The Assistant Men's Soccer Coach is responsible for providing assistance and support for the conduct of a comprehensive, high quality NCAA Division II men's soccer program, within the guidelines of all rules and policies established by the department, the institution, the NE-10 Conference, and the NCAA, in accordance with the academic standards, and the stated mission of Le Moyne College and the Athletic Department, including the advancement of its "Le Moyne Way" shared culture.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Assist program in compliance with all applicable NCAA, conference, and institutional policies, rules and regulations.
- Assist with timely submission of all compliance related work flows through ARMS to maintain the highest levels of integrity and transparency.
- Maintain open and responsive communications with the Associate Director of Compliance
- Maintain up to date certification in all required areas (NCAA DII Institute Modules, 1st Aid/CPR/AED Training, etc).
- Assist leading and supporting the College Enrollment Management priorities through partnership, participation, and meeting goals with Enrollment Management initiatives as assigned by head coach.
- Assist the department with its gender equity planning and the satisfaction of all Title IX legislation by striving to attain goals related to any applicable enrollment management initiatives within your particular program as assigned by head coach.
- 1 to 2 years of progressive experience in the conduct of a collegiate level soccer program with proven success in recruiting high quality student athletes and/or equivalent related experiences.
- Knowledge of and ability to apply NCAA and NE10 conference rules as they pertain to the men's and women's swimming programs.
- The successful candidate will be required to be First Aid/CPR/AED certified and to complete all required NCAA DII Institute modules prior to being able to participate in off campus recruiting activities and countable athletically related activities.
- Excellent leadership, organizational, interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills needed.